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Jordanian demonstrators gather in protest against following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jordanian demonstrators gather in protest against following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Demonstrators protesting an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, blocked a road in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Demonstrators protesting an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, blocked a road in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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A Jordanian gendarmerie policeman fires tear gas at protesters during a demonstration against an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

A Jordanian gendarmerie policeman fires tear gas at protesters during a demonstration against an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordanian gendarmerie policemen try to clean up a street after protesters blocked it during a demonstration against an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jordanian gendarmerie policemen try to clean up a street after protesters blocked it during a demonstration against an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordanian gendarmerie policemen try to clean up a street after protesters blocked it during a demonstration against an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jordanian gendarmerie policemen try to clean up a street after protesters blocked it during a demonstration against an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordanian riot police clash with protesters during a demonstration following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jordanian riot police clash with protesters during a demonstration following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordanian demonstrators gather in protest following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jordanian demonstrators gather in protest following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordanian riot police stand guard during a protest following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jordanian riot police stand guard during a protest following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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Jordanian gendarmerie policemen perform a prayer as anti-government protesters demonstrate, following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jordanian gendarmerie policemen perform a prayer as anti-government protesters demonstrate, following an announcement that Jordan would raise fuel prices, including a hike on cooking gas, in Amman November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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